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Linus Klausenitzer

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Linus Klausenitzer
  • GROUP

    Obscura

    • Germany
    • Germany
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BIOGRAPHY

Known for his significant 6/7 string fretless bass sound Ibanez artist Linus Klausenitzer gained international fame. With German's biggest active Death Metal band Obscura he has toured intensely all around the world.

He started to perform internationally as a band member of Fall of Serenity and his first experimental band Noneuclid.
After recording their masterpiece "Metatheosis" Noneuclid's pioneering spirit led to an appearance in the renowned contemporary music festivals "Dag in de Branding" (Den Haag) and "Dutch Music Days" (Amsterdam), where the band premiered the 25-minute death metal symphony "Black Vortex Cathedral" as soloists along with the world famous "Dutch Metropole Orchestra", in front of a stunned classical audience in the fall of 2008. In 2010, the band embarked on their next symphonic collaboration, this time with Linus's father Professor Ulf Klausenitzer's "Bavarian Chamber Orchestra": "Transition Metal", an encounter between the music of Richard Wagner and Noneuclid.

In 2011 Linus Klausenitzer joined the band he is most known for: Obscura. Linus started extensive touring on multiple world tours with such renowned artists as Sepultura and Children of Bodom. Later Obscura started to play headliner tours in Europe, Australia, Central/North America (USA, Canada, Mexico) and Asia (Japan, United Arab Emirates, Thailand, Singapore, Indonesia, ...).

In 2014 Linus co-founded the extreme metal band Alkaloid which consists of international high-class musicians, including current and former members of Obscura, Spawn of Possession, Aborted, Dark Fortress, Necrophagist, God Dethroned, Blotted Science and Noneuclid. Alkaloid seamlessly ebb and flow through an arrange of styles and genres, creating an intelligent and fascinating blend of Prog, Death Metal, and Fusion. In 2015 Alkaloid was the first German Death Metal band to ever perform in Egypt.

Later Linus Klausenitzer started to give bass masterclasses ("Guitar Summit", "Popakademie" and many more) and to be a speaker about "a digital musician". Digital masterclasses are available at different online platforms like lowenduniversity.com and onlinelessons.tv.

As a studio artist he recorded with musicians like Marco Minnemann (Steven Wilson, Joe Satriani, Kreator, etc.), Jeff Loomis (Arch Enemy, Nevermore) and Marty Friedman (Megadeth).

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